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The fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime,
  1. Make (someone) feel guilty, esp. in order to induce them to do something
    • - Celeste had been guilted into going by her parents
  1. The fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime
    • - it is the duty of the prosecution to prove the prisoner's guilt
  2. A feeling of having done wrong or failed in an obligation
    • - he remembered with sudden guilt the letter from his mother that he had not yet read

  1. the state of having committed an offense
  2. remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offense
  3. (guilty) responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"
  4. (guilty) showing a sense of guilt; "a guilty look"; "the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy"- Eric Linklater
  5. Guilt is a cognitive or an emotional experience that occurs when a person realizes or believes--accurately or not--that he or she has violated a moral standard, and bears significant responsibility for that violation. It is closely related to the concept of remorse. .
  6. Guilt is a 1931 British romance film directed by Reginald Fogwell and starring James Carew, Anne Grey, Harold Huth and James Fenton. The wife of a playwright has an affair with an actor.
  7. Guilt is the second studio album from Washington Heights, Manhattan rapper, Mims. The album was released on April 7, 2009.
  8. In criminal law, guilt is entirely externally defined by the state, or more generally a “court of law.” Being “guilty” of a criminal offense means that one has committed a violation of criminal law, or performed all the elements of the offense set out by a criminal statute. ...
  9. "Guilt" is the second and last single to be taken from The Long Blondes' second album "Couples". It was released on July 30, 2008, as a limited edition 2-track 7" vinyl only.
  10. Guilty is the ninth studio album (tenth overall) by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki, released by Avex Trax on January 1, 2008 in Japan. Hamasaki herself wrote all lyrics of the album, which went to sell over 400,000 copies its first two weeks of release. ...
  11. Responsibility for wrongdoing; Awareness of having done wrong; The fact of having done wrong; The state of having been found guilty or admitted guilt in legal proceedings; To cause someone to feel guilt, particularly in order to influence their behaviour
  12. (guilter) One who motivates another with guilt
  13. (guilty) A plea by a defendant who does not contest a charge; A verdict of a judge or jury on a defendant judged to have committed a crime; Responsible for a dishonest act; Judged to have committed a crime; Having a sense of guilt; Blameworthy
  14. (Guilty) The decision by the judge or jury that the accused committed the crime. The accused can admit that he or she committed the crime by pleading guilty.
  15. (guilty) In a criminal case, the accused may decide to plead guilty, which is admitting he is responsible for the act. If he does not, there will be a trial, at the end of which, based on the evidence, he may be found guilty. ...
  16. (Guilty) To be legally responsible for a criminal offence. When a defendant enters a plea of guilty, he or she accepts responsibility for the offence .When a defendant pleads not guilty, a jury will determine the guilt of the defendant if the matter proceeds as a trial in a higher court. ...
  17. (GUILTY) A complete admission of guilt to the charge and waiver of all rights. Such pleas must be made with the consent of the Court.
  18. (Guilty (Book Titles)) I Wuz Framed!: Gil Tee ^JG
  19. (Guilty (adj)) Duly aware of just how responible you are for the fact that the entire world is totally fucked up
  20. (Guilty) (Ruptured Ambitions Records) 1993
  21. (Guilty) A finding by the juvenile court judge that the defendant did commit the offense he or she has been charged with.
  22. (Guilty) Blameworthy; culpable; having committed a TORT or crime; devoid of innocence.
  23. (guilty) Suffering from or prompted by a sense of guilt:
  24. from either a dread of an external authority or dread of the demands and punishments of the superego, an internalized authority. It is through drive-repressing guilt and the resulting sublimations that civilization arose. ...
  25. Feelings of culpability/responsibility especially for imagined offenses or from a sense of inadequacy.